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Milo Counting • Sesame Street • 1996

Milo Counting • Sesame Street • 1996

A series of segments where a man (Milo Motola) in an outdoor scene holds and presents sequential numbers from 1 to up to 13. The respective scenes for each number use "pixellation" effects, with the man often taking part in improbable activities such as emerging from a lake or sliding across a field. The segments were produced in 1996 by Ken Brown and Lisa Crafts. Caleb Sampson composed the score for each segment.

Segments

  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20

1 (lake)

2 (crowded city)

3 (out of the door)

4 (chair)

5 (elevator)

6 (spin around)

7 (restaurant)

8 (trees) (stairs when 8 is the number of the day)

9 (playground)

10 (house)

11 (ladder)

12 (field) (zoom out to field when 12 is the number of the day)

13 (boat)

14 (walking)

15 (running)

16 (easter egg)

17 (golf)

18 (baseball)

19 (hill)

20 (sitting stool)

Easter Egg

The scene for 2 takes place from the corner of West 45th Street to West 44th Street (unknown avenue) in New York City. Behind Milo, you can see a sign saying "S", possibly for Subway. When Milo stops at the corner of West 44th Street to show the number in front of the camera, you can see a ONE WAY sign underneath the West 44th Street sign, and there is also a Coca-Cola truck on the road.